Bellator 128 Post Fight Statistics: Joe Warren becomes first fighter in Bellator history to win unified title in two weight classes

Bellator 128 took place on Friday night at the Global Events Center inside the WinStar World Casino in Thackerville, Oklahoma and the main card on Spike TV was headlined by Joe Warren defeating Eduardo Dantas to win the unified Bellator bantamweight title. B128 WI

Also on the main card, British striker Michael Page remained undefeated as he went to the decision for the first time in his career as he defeated Nah-Shon Burrell. has put together post fight statistics from the fight card and are available below.

  • Warren became the first fighter in Bellator history to win a unified Bellator title in two different weight classes.
  • Warren is now tied with Rick Hawn, Pat Curran, and Patricio Pitbull for 2nd most wins (10) in Bellator history.
  • The victory moves Warren into a tie with Marcos Galvao for 2nd most wins (5) in Bellator bantamweight division history and now has 3rd most cage time in Bellator history (2:37:59).
  • The defeat for Dantas snaps a six fight winning streak in Bellator and it was the first time he went past the third round in his career.
  • Page is now 3-0 in Bellator and he had never gone past the first round prior to Bellator 128.
  • After winning his Bellator debut last year, Burrell has now lost back to back fights.
  • Alexander Sarnavskiy defeated Dakota Cochrane by submission in the first round and he is now tied with Marcin Held and Tony Imada for most submissions in Bellator lightweight division history (4).
  • Overall, this is the 18th career win by submission for Sarnavskiy and 11 of them have come by rear-naked choke.
  • Sarnavskiy now has 5 wins in the Bellator lightweight division and is tied with Saad Awad for 3rd most wins in the promotions 155 pound division history.
  • Emiliano Sordi won his United States and Bellator debut with a submission victory over Bubba McDaniel and all of his wins have come by knockout or submission.
  • Jason Butcher scored his fifth win in Bellator middleweight division with a TKO victory over Andreas Michailidis and he now has 5th most wins in divisional history.
  • John Teixeira won a split decision over Scott Cleve and he is now unbeaten (5-0-1) since being released by the UFC.